India - Recruitment Service Provider in Education Sector - New Delhi, DL, India

EduHire India

New Delhi, DL, India


EduHire is the Resource Management Company providing recruitment services to Education Sector.

With an experience of more than 2 years in the recruitment industry, we strive to provide best resource for both Corporate Role and Academic Role.

We have developed a domain specific approach instead of process specific.

Our domain focus lies on:
• Corporate
• Institute for Test Preparation
• Preschool
• Vocational Training Institutes
• Schools
• Freelance Tutors
• Higher Education

We provide candidates for low, mid and top level position. We have best screening policy to fulfill all requirements effectively and efficiently


Recruitment Service Provider in Education Sector

  • Full time
  • Part time
  • One time
  • Contract
  • Temp


We are the leading recruitment service providers in Education Domain. We provide staff for both Academic and Corporate Role in Schools,Colleges,Private Institutes and Education Development Companies. If you are looking for making your career in education sector and have relevant knowledge and experience, please mail us your detail profile at
There is a dearth of skilled manpower in Education Sector and booming government and institution expenditure in this segment makes this sector highly lucrative for job seeker

Work History



August 2011 - August 2011


Job Description For Online (Part Time) Teaching Job

Dear All,
Please find attached the Job Description for vacancies we have for Online Tutoring. We are hiring candidates for one of the leading Education Development Company

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